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PBS
Nov 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
on friday, the former director of the c.i.a. said he was aware from an earlier stage that terrorists wereespoible for the deaths in libya. however, at a certain point references to an act of terror were removed from the talking point which is u.n. ambassador susan rice delivered to the press. many are asking why and how that happened. remember senators john mccain and lindsey graham have attacked susan rice and the president for being deliberately misleading. they've also threatened to block any nomination of rice for the post of secretary of state. she is considered a front-winner to replace secretary of state hillary clinton. joining me now from washington, david ignatius, a columnist for the "washington post" and i'm pleased to have him back on this broadcast. that you can, charlie. >> rose: tell me the questions you think are still unanswered. >> my sense as a journalist is there's more smoke than fire in this one that will keep looking and seeing what new facts are uncovered in terms of this word change issue, the white house insists that only one word was changed and it was a f
Comedy Central
Nov 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
one of the most respected military men of this generation. c.i.a. director and retired four-star general david petraeus stepped down friday after admit to go an extra marital affair. >> jon: it was captain america. the four-star general and current c.i.a. director caught in a web of sexual intrigue. c.i.a. director, perhaps, this isn't a sexy soviet agent with one of them naughty innuendo names like sonnia vaginov or natalie fellatiovich. and his con vaiveing paramoru told on him. is that how they found out about this? >> law enforcement and multiple u.s. officials tell nbc news that emails between him and paula broadwell, his biography were indicative of an extra marital affair. >> jon: really? email? all they had to do to nab america's spy-master general is log to his email? we can intrigue that little sound bite up a little bit? >> law enforcement and multiple u.s. officials tell abc news that emails between him and paula broadwell his biographer were indicative of an extra marital affair. >> jon: how exciting. wait. ( cheers and applause ) the woman involved is petraeus'
FOX News
Nov 19, 2012 6:00pm PST
directed -- you were given orders by the cia director casey at the time. you were given seven suicide pills, correct? >> yeah. >> all right. >> to go to tehran. >> to negotiate for the hodges. >> it had to do with tehran. it didn't have to do with day to day life in washington. >> i understand. as you see we're now two decades beyond. explain. is it worse now than it's ever been and how bad could it possibly get? >> i think it is worse. i think it's worst in large part because if we don't recognize who your enemy is, and this was written 2000 years ago, you will lose. we have not recognized the enemy to be radical islam. we've created all kinds of names for it like al-qaeda and hamas and islam i can jihad, but in fact, it is radical islam. it's not war against all muslims. it's radical islam. what we've failed to do is to define the enemy so you know how to combat it. >> how widespread do you think this is because i think it's far more widespread than people are willing to acknowledge. >> i will tell you what they're advertising for right now who are martyrs that will blow themself not in t
Comedy Central
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm PST
with this marketing campaign. soup. now, nation, every since former c.i.a. former david petraeus announced his torrid affair the scandal has the entire news scape in a tizzy. >> the sex scandal has rocked washington. a salacious sex scandal involving the now former c ic.i director. >> breaking new details on the fast moving c.i.a. sex scandal. i'm dying to ask you about this scandal. it's all anybody is talking about. yeah. the sex scandal is all anyone in washington can talk about. i wonder why the country is in financial ruins? now, folks i may be a news junkie but also i got to have my stories. and this is both -- it's like a seamy episode of general hospital. and these days these days, folks, i spend my afternoons plopped on the couch in the housecoat watching cnn with a virginia slim in one hand and a box of the after ace in the other. this story has got everything. a decorated war hero homeowners america's spymaster. has an affair with his own sexy biographer who thinks that the spymaster with another biographer. she sends an e mame from a second e-mail and saying step out bitch. and the second
CNN
Nov 19, 2012 8:00pm PST
is a possibility, but does it add up? and new questions tonight in the benghazi investigation. the cia talking points. congress wants to know who changed the talking points an why and we think we know who did. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, under attack. day six of the conflict between israel and gaza. is there an end in sight? tonight, thousands of israeli troops are poised at the border, ready to move at gaza. negotiations speer headed by egypt are ongoing, and tonight the united nations secretary-general ban ki-moon arrived in cairo, just hours after egypt's intelligence chief gave an israeli delegation a letter from hamas outlining its conditions for a cease-fire. so far on the israeli side, officials say throw people have died. 68 have been wounded as the result of rocket fire from gaza and in gaza, officials say 104 people have been killed. 860 have been wounded since the conflict began. as for fire power, israel says militants in gaza have fired nearly 1,000 rockets at israel. 570 of them have actually struck israel. another 307 ha
Univision
Nov 19, 2012 11:35pm PST
repÚblica, acusÓ a 14 agentes de participar en el tiroteo contra dos agentes de la cia, se emitiÓ una orden de arresto en contra de ellos, como dice alejandro roldan desde la capital de mÉxico. >>> las declaraciones que hicieron los policÍas federales detenidos por el ataque a un vehÍculo diplomÁtico donde iban dos agentes de la central de inteligencia de estados unidos, y de la marina mexicana, fueron contundentes para el esclarecimiento del delito. >>> vestÍan ropa de civil se transportaban en vehÍculos no valizados. y tenÍan conocimiento superiores y la unidad morelos, y en todo momento cumplin ordenes de sus mandos. >>> de acuerdo a la investigaciÓn, un juez federal librÓ orden de aprehension contra mandos de la secretaria de seguridad pÚblica, por su responsabilidad, por Éncubrir ataques contra agentes de la cia. >>> el agente del ministerio pÚblico de la federaciÓn, hizo entrega para el cumplimiento, de la secretaria de seguridad pÚblica en general, de 5 ordenes de aprehensiÓn libras por la autoridad competente de servidores pÚblicos de esa secretaria. >>> este tipo de
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 2:00am PST
already said they are leaving. and david petraeus resigned as cia director because of an affair. a judge ordering mediation for the maker of twinkies and hoe hoes and the striking union. the judge says there are serious questions since the union went on strike after rejecting hostesses contract after but never filed an objection to it. hostesses cce. when you sell them wonder bread and you name it. if you can't sell for a profit you are not in business. >>> the talks are expect to do end today. >> oo they have a christmas tradition in santa monica, california. they denied a christian group's request to allow the display of a christian nativity while the lawsuit displays the nativity. >> it's something i grew up knowing. it's kind of sad. >> we would look nativity scenes. >> it was on the meals of a dispute after they this displays of anti god messages. the decision was not made to quash religious speech but they were starting to drant city resources. >> don't even think about it that is the message nearly 100 sent to oept bam ma about the prosible nomination of ambassador susan rice as t
Univision
Nov 19, 2012 6:30pm PST
para eso. >> la mujer que demando al ex director de la cia golpeo a una foografa >> els enador rubio critica a pittbull dice que es aficnionado a eminen después dice que pittbull no está entre sus favoritos porque no aporta mucho . >> los estadounidenses beben 100 calorias al día en alcohol como en sodas el estudio hayo que el 5 % de las calorias que ingieren es por alcohol >> tenemos un avnce de la edición noctura un reves para el señor por la visa tenemos detalles de las cifras de pobrza en new york y también el cierre de la compañía de pastelitos puede que una empresa mexicana la comrpe. >> me gustann los ganzos >> al volver la gente ve ayuda en sus hipoteca ahora comience a ahorrar. ♪. ♪. >> unos 30 mil clientes experimentan un alivio gracias a un acuerdo del banco para evitar ejecuciones el banco de américa da prestamos. >> el seguro social dice que sus benneficios son para ccuando e retira pero desde cuándo hay que empezar a horrar. >> lo bueno que es podemos vvivir mas años que antes lo malo es que hay que ahorarr. >> no he ehcho ahorros todo lo inverti. >> lo
FOX News
Nov 19, 2012 4:00pm PST
cia director david petraeus reportedly told congress the administration knew right away it was a terror attack. but according to those who heard the closed door testimony last week j jen petraeus claims the administration changed official story to remove references to terrorism. as to who changed it, that's unclear. lawmakers from both political parties say they are working to figure that out. some republicans point the finger at the white house accusing the administration of a coverup though at this point we have no evidence of that. the white house says nobody on its end removed the references to terror. ambassador rice was saying only what she could say without giving away classified secrets. the president even said last week don't blame her for the misinformation, blame him. oh, but she is san easier target. catherine herridge live from d.c. tonight. what did the republic lawmaker group say in the letter. >> thanks, shep. in this letter from the president, all republicans opposed a possible promotion because, quote, ambassador rice is widely viewed as having either w
Current
Nov 20, 2012 3:00am PST
be on the c.i.a. and army security brief in benghazi. he said people really love a real housewives of the pentagon headlines. >> john: tariq salahi has nothing to do with this case. he's done nothing news worthy and he's in the news. >> yeah. he's on expert on being in inappropriate places at inappropriate times. >> john: famous for no reason. i'm so relieved by that. >> he's running for governor. >> john: he was running for governor. i think we would have known if he won. >> no, virginia election is next year. >> john: oh. >> he's running in virginia. >> john: i didn't realize that >> against -- >> john: we had him on cnn a few months ago. it is really remarkable. this guy is the first guy ever to parlay an entire career out of crashing a party and having his wife leave him for a guy from journey. hard to pull it off. >> it's wild. finally, the price of thanksgiving dinner is about the same as last year. according to the american farm bureau federation, you can apparently put dinner on the table for ten pe
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 6:00am PST
on the cia talking points conflicts with testimony given by the director of national intelligence. this as senator chuck grassley presses the defendants justice and the fbi on their roles in david petraeus' extramarital affair. catherine herridge with us from the beginning. what do the conflicting statements tell us? >> reporter: thursday in a classified session, the director of national intelligence and his counterparts came to capitol hill and said they didn't know who was responsible for changess to those cia talking points that minimized the role of terrorists in the attacks. now a spokesman says the intelligence community says the intelligence communities was behind the changes that stripped out changes including al qaeda. the. lawmakers were given a completely different account of what happened. quote, chairman rogers looks forward to discussing this new explanation with director clapper as soon as possible to understand how the dni reached this conclusion and why leaders of the intelligence community testified they were unaware of who changed the talking points. this is a v
CBS
Nov 20, 2012 7:00am PST
the agreement of the cia and the fbi. the white house and state department did not make those changes. rice used the talking points in tv appearances shortly after the attack and republicans accused her of making misleading statement business referring to the assault as a spontaneous demonstration by extremists, suggesting she did it for political reasons. the intelligence source says that the links to al qaeda were deemed too tenuous to make public. however, cia director david petraeus told congress he had agreed to release that information in early draft. it was passed along to dni. then the fbi, which made more. head of dni is james clapford who did reopen the case but who suggested the final edit which were then signed off on again, by all intelligence agencies is not known. charlie? >>> new hope for some of america's most beloved snacks. rebecca jarvis is here with that story. so the story is not over? >> it's not over. if you ran out and bought a $30 box of twinkies hopefully you didn't throw way the reseat. hostess has been trying to liquidate. they start this ha
CNN
Nov 19, 2012 4:00pm PST
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FOX Business
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm EST
will talk about top republicans saying the obama administration altered cia intelligence. we will take that up with the "a-team" here next. ♪ lou: well, as i was saying, another dubious decision -- well, not dubious at all. it was idiotic. decision by chicago voters that the recently reelected judge cynthia bram as cook county judge, despite the fact that she suffers from bipolar disorder and a psychiatrist deemed legally insane. you know, that probably isn't that unique situation. she also faces battery charges for allegedly shutting accord deputy. she is now suspended from cases, but still collecting her $182,000 salary. of course, also reelected lots of other folks, despite some of their problems. let's turn now to the "a-team". joining us is the author of what the bleep just happened, which we say around here. >> often. lou: not often. once in awhile. radio talk-show host monica crowley, and judith miller, kevin williamson just back from his crews. that must be nice. they call you roaming correspondent over at the national review, and you take them up on it. >> as much as possibl
FOX News
Nov 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
? >> greg: no. >> bob: what happened here, the c.i.a. put in the talking points and they mentioned, said it was al-qaeda. it was not al-qaeda. al-qaeda they named the adopted. leaving it aside, in the meaning of the various department of the united states government who are responsible for this, somebody took it out. when it went to the white house talking points that did not have al-qaeda in there,be or the terrorist organization. somebody was looking to defend obama before the election. i understand that. i don't know who that was. but that doesn't make susan rice any different. she was given talking points and she knew nothing different about that. >> andrea: bob, just admitted that somebody omitted the term "al-qaeda" to help barack obama before the election? >> bob: part of that is al-qaeda doesn't exist. it's a ridiculous -- >> andrea: save that clip. i think we need to use it over and over again. it was political appointees who took it out. we knew that. it wouldn't be a good storyline if somehow before an election on 9/11 country was attacked. it's not just that. it's not just wh
Univision
Nov 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
el ataque contra dos agentes de la cia en méxico . >> puede ahorrar dinero comprando con tarjetsa de crédito . >> en los campos de california hay escasez de mano de obra, las cosechas se están pudriendo, ¿qué pasó con los trabajdores del campo? les contamos al volver . . (♪). (♪). >> poder saborear frutas, verduras y hasta una copa de vino depende de la mnano de obra de inmigrantes, les mostramos el sacrificio de la gente de vendimia . >> mientras que las 3 de la mañana la mayoría de la gente duerme, aquí se trabaja a todo vapor, ni siquiera la oscuridad puede ocultar un serio problema . >> la gente no venía como antes, el trabajo se viene muy rápido, no se puede hacer todo porque no es la gente que necesitamos . >> la región donde se producen vinos mundialmente famosos enfrenta escasez de mano de obra . >> cada vez hay menos campesinos que cruzan, los riesgos son altos y no llega la mano de obra indocumentada . >> mucha gente no viene a causa de eso, de lo difícil que les ponen para entrar . >> moises vin oa trabajar por primnera vez hacfe 30 años . >> no era tan di
Comedy Central
Nov 19, 2012 7:30pm PST
yesterday we were talking about that story of the four star general and c.i.a. chief david petraeus who has had this affair with his biographer paula broadwell, it was discovered when she started harassing this other lady jill kelley because she thought kelley might be getting too close to petraeus. anyway. (laughter) since then we found out jill kellye may have been inappropriately e-mailing with general john allen who has now had his promotion to supreme allied commander of europe ended. i've got to say, all this has the makings of a pretty sweet military-themed video game. (laughter) now, in case -- (laughter). don't -- you know if you're just going to encourage this kind of thing -- (laughter). we will continue to pun this way. (laughter) in case you're having difficulty reconciling the hard news value of this with the high school lunchroom table gossip element, rest assured, you are not alone. >> just a second, i think we're getting breaking news. hold on. >> the e-mails were flirtatious in nature and -- >> jennifer working with our producer there. >> this just in that a senior u.s. de
KCSMMHZ
Nov 20, 2012 2:30pm PST
the negotiations in brussels. >> eurozone finance ministers and the chief of the imf did not entirely cia wide. lagarde is opposed to the idea of giving athens two warriors together better control -- to get their debt under control. >> it would be optimistic to expect the next steps to be shrouded in college, but there's no doubt that greece has delivered. we still need to agree on some details, but i think there's a good chance we will reach agreement this evening. of course, it cannot be 100% sure. >> there were also disagreements among all the rows of finance ministers, especially about an extension to greece's budget targets. >> the plan and, as it now stands, includes a funding gap that needs to be plugged. as they did not need to plug the gap, we would not need to have the meeting. i hope we would have a proposal that suits ever won by the end of this evening. then we will presented to the national parliaments. >> the greek finance minister says he hopes to have a plan to present as early as wednesday but it will only be possible if the talks this evening or successful. "the church of en
ABC
Nov 19, 2012 11:35pm PST
scandal that brought down david petraeus, the head of the cia, many claim his mist rest, paula broadwell is taking the brunt of the ridicule. to women pay the price when it comes to high-profile affairs? david wright takes a look. >> reporter: the general and biography, juicy enough to take down america's spy master, obvious fodder for "saturday night live." >> next, author paula broadwell -- >> reporter: opening this weekend with a parody of a paula broadwell book reading. >> lock the door, said the general, with my skirt hiked up above my waist -- >> reporter: her david petraeus biography as "50 shades of grey." >> pull my hard and spank me. >> reporter: the humor and criticism came mainly at the woman's expense. >> i think it's very clear from the media treatment of the personalities involved that this is a form of theater and that it is a sexist form of theater. in which whoever the woman is, she's always mocked, derided, and you know, that kind of mo mockery is not really aimed at the man. >> reporter: powerful men do pay a price for their sex scandals n petraeus' case it cost his j
CNN
Nov 20, 2012 1:00am PST
once again by ben wedeman who was on the scene for that attack and cia officer bob baer, cnn contributor, and barbara starr, pentagon correspondent. in terms of the increasingly sophisticated rockets being used, where are they coming from? where are they being smuggled in from? >> they're coming from egypt through tunnels under the desert. most of the components for the rockets are from iran. iran has been building up hamas's capabilities for two decades now. they're getting more and more sophisticated. some of the smaller weapons are being smuggled the same way, but they're coming from places like libya. so there's multiple sources. and i think what we're seeing with the weaponry from hamas, it's getting better and better. >> reporter: and ben, you've spent a lot of time here. you've been to rocket-making factories, as we discussed at the top of the program, but the technology of how the rockets are being fired has changed. >> reporter: yes. before what they were doing was these quick launches. they had three minutes just on to set up the rocket, light it and leave. aiming r
NBC
Nov 19, 2012 6:00pm PST
's affair with petraeus led to his resignation as cia director later this month. she could still face charges for mishandling classified information. >>> the man behind the deadly shooting spree allegedly at oakland's oikos university suffers from parasanoid skets fn ya. the psychologist who wrote the report conclude that had one goh is not competent to stand trial for allegedly killing seven and wounding three. the hearing will resume in january. if that second report also finds goh not able to stand trial, he'll will transferred to a state mental hospital for treatment. >>> to a follow-up to an ongoing saga involving your favorite snack cakes. twinti tkies and ding dongs may saved after all. it was declaring it was closing down, it's now agreed to federal mediation as of tomorrow. that decision came late today as the company went to bankruptcy court to change its filing from chapter 11 to chapter 7 liquidation. on friday, hostess sent some 18,000 workers at 33 different plants across the country, including oakland, packing. >>> may be quite a scene at the airport. port workers are g
CSPAN
Nov 20, 2012 7:00am EST
.d in the riraq the real cia scandal of my line is we endorsed torture as a national policy, yet no one will ever be brought to account for that as far as we could see. the fbi should be investigating torture rather than american love affairs. this is something that really struck me. we have had to once of controversy about libya and what happened there. what happened there was bad. it was bad. four americans were killed. hundreds of security contractors were killed in iraq. i have written two books on iraq and i have never been able to figure out an exact number. the answer is no one cares and no one seems to kill stair. -- still. the official tally leaves out at least 57 incidents that we know about. the tally is quite suspect. this puts aside the foreign security contractors, south africans, costa ricans. there seems to be no tally of this at all and nobody cares. i have got to wonder how much of the mess in benghazi is simply fueled by fox news, poisoning the american bloodstream. it really bothers me. i compare that to the total carelessness about the deaths of security contractors in iraq.
CSPAN
Nov 20, 2012 10:00am EST
anymore. that is also happening in the intelligence-gathering field at the cia where, quite literally -- >> i do not want to go too far. i want to talk to a little bit about the role of cable television, for which you touched on before. in a recent interview with bill o'reilly of a fox, you said making it difficult if not impossible for congress to reach across the aisle and find compromise. you also wrote, not good for the republic. what you mean. >> this goes back. it is a continuation of the same thing. in addition to demonstrating that network news divisions can make money, there was a technological explosion. it wasn't just the three networks anymore. you have cable, satellite television, and the internet. now there are hundreds, even thousands of competitors out there. what is incredibly cheap to put on the air is a couple of people like you and me just yelling at each other. at talking. what draws an audience is when, in fact, we disagree. when, in fact, we get nasty with one another. what rupert murdoch's demonstrated is that there really was a hunger in america for something
ABC
Nov 19, 2012 5:30pm PST
petraeus ended his career at the cia. tonight we are seeing new images of paula broadwell with her family, learning new details what she's telling her closest friends and there are new questions about whether she'll face charges. abc senior correspondent pierre thomas has the story. >> reporter: this morning scott and paula broadwell slipped out of their north carolina home, children in tow, trying to piece together lives shattered by scandal. as broadwell struggles under the hot glare of reporters stalking her family's every move, she's also the target of late night comics. >> it's "saturday night live." >> reporter: including "saturday night live" spoofing her reading her biography of petraeus. >> lock the door, paula, said general petraeus and i knew the junior officers outside could easily tell what was going on. >> reporter: jokes aside, prosecutors must make a critical decision about whether to charge broadwell with a crime. she allegedly took secret files from secure government buildings and stored them on a personal computer and in her home. that's a potential violation of federal
FOX
Nov 19, 2012 5:00pm PST
. >>> the woman who had an extra marital affair with former cia director david petraeus said she is devastated by the damage done. we have video of paula broadwell arriving home yesterday in north carolina with her husband and children. a friend says she said she regrets what she did is trying to move forward. the fbi is still investigating classified documents on paula broadwell's computer. >> sharing the drama in belize. john mcafee maintains his initance in the killing of his -- innocence in the killing of his neighbor. he announced a $25,000 reward for the real killer. authorities say he is only a person of interest but john mcafee claims police will kill him if they catch him. you will find his blog link by going to www.ktvu.com. >>> candlelight vigil for mark christopher gurries mc-- for mikhaila garrett. >> that is is her brother, he was a baby when she was kidnapped in 1988. at today's event they tied yellow ribbons to a tree in the parking lot where she was taken. the family has never given up hope that she will be found. coming up, ktvu's rita williams received a letter from the "spe
Current
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm PST
? >> right now it's a little bit murky, because the intelligence communities have oversight over the cia, but increasingly the military's joint special operations command is using them in places like yemen and somalia, and the oversight, while fairly good is not quite as extensive as the intelligence side, and there are some gray areas where they almost take turns in shooting these missiles. >> jennifer: it's interesting to me the new war, the new -- whether it is cyber attacks or iron domes or drone technology, all three of those types of technologies would remove the human element at least when you play offense from the equation. does that pose a whole new level of moral choice for the united states? >> it does. as you pointed out, it reduces the risk obviously of american lives being put in jeopardy but leads to the temptation almost to have a push-button war, where you have the ability to strike targets from a long ways away and this would be the weapon of choice. so the ethical question is how much can you use this and how close to civilian populations do you
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 8:00am PST
community came to capitol hill and said they didn't know who was responsible for the changes to the cia talking points which critics say minimized the role of terrorists in the attack. now a spokesman for the director of national intelligence says it was the intelligence community that was behind those changes which stripped out language including al-qaeda. this morning lawmakers reacted. >> we have more questions than answers at this point, and so we do need to understand why these talking points did not present the truth of what we knew at the time. >> reporter: in a statement this morning the head of the house intelligence committee is now demanding an immediate meeting with the director of national intelligence because lawmakers were given a completely different account about what happened last week. chairman rogers looks forward to discussing this new information as soon as possible to understand how the dni, that's director clapper, reached this conclusion and why leaders of the intelligence community testified late last week that they were unaware of who changed the talking point
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 1:00am PST
to get this point straight. i thought he was retired general david petraeus now civilian head. cia. that's a very morning thing, i might have it completely wrong but if he is a civilian that isn't why he went on the sword because of the military code of justice. he went on the sword because he knows every secret in the world and bad guys could leverage him. that's why he had to go. i think, but i might be wrong. >> no, but he cited the fact that the military code which he adheres too even though is he retired. when these guys retire they still maintain general, colonel all this business. if you are in a position of power. you are held to a higher standard. all right. >> i just didn't see it that way. i thought he was retired general. i'm not trying to disagree. i just think that there are are two different things. >> bill: retired general. he held himself to a higher standard. >> he held himself to a much higher standard he would have been bill clinton. >> bill: all right. let's segway into chicago it's not an easy segway. rahm immanuel is the mayor there as you know. he is going to ban
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 12:00pm PST
by side in the density populated territory of gaza. according to the cia world fact book, it is twice the size of washington, d.c., yet holds 1.1 million people from our nation's capital. the israeli military warned civilians to stay away from militants or risk getting hit. but many people in gaza say it is impossible because they claim nearly everybody has ties to the organization. the military monitors many of the border crossings, but hamas smuggles weapons as it always has. jonathon hunt with the news, and he is live at the united nations for us. lots of different ways to get these weapons in, jonathon. >> reporter: iran is the main supplier of the stockpiles. in particular the longer range missiles we have seen aimed at tel aviv and jerusalem. as for how those weapons get in there, the key geographically speaking is gaza's southern border. they sit on the southern border and underneath it running from egypt into gaza are a myriad number of tunnels through which the missiles are smuggled. they come originally from iran. they go to sudan and then up through egypt and then they are
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 1:00pm PST
trump the cia, especially if the president says to him, i am not suggesting he did, but he could have, look, we need to clean this up a little bit. we are doing really well. it is about time for the election and we are doing well for national security and this could blow our cover. thank you for joining us, sir. >> thank you. >> thank you, stewart. >> if you are flying home for the holidays, you could be spreading something else. >>> they are scary, unwanted, uninvited, and i am not just talking about your in-laws flying into the town for the holidays. i am talking about the germs on planes. theythey are not just in the bathroom. he is known as dr. jerl and has been looking into this. i always thought the dirtest place on the plane is the bath m rue. it is, isn't it? >> oh yes, it is probably the germiest bathroom you will ever go into in your life. >> am i right that you found e-coli on the handles to the sink in lavatories on 41% of flights? that sounds serious to me. >> yes you would be amazed. there is 50 people per toilet on an airplane. it is difficult to wash your hand. the sin
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 2:00pm PST
the c.i.a. talking point option the libya terrorist attack. if lawmakers and the president avoid hopping off the fiscal cliff? what will they have to cut? "special report" starts at 6:00. but now, back to new york and "the five." ♪ ♪ >> andrea: two lucky turkeys cobbleer and gobbleer are in d.c. for the annual pardons at the white house tomorrow. they are staying overnight -- wait for it -- at the "w" hotel. no comment. so they won't end up on someone's dinner table on thursday. and if sir paul mccartney has his way no turkeys will. the beatles legend is in a new ad campaign from peta, the animal rights people who don't want people eating meat whatsoever. i look at this and i think i don't want a brit telling me i can't eat turkey on thanksgiving day. you brought up a good point earlier in the show where you said, you know, if they want to bring people over to their cause, right and they want to make them individualtarians why do they do it on holidays when they offend people? this is a holiday centered around eating meat. >> greg: m mccarthy needs to watch out because it will hurt t
FOX News
Nov 20, 2012 3:00pm PST
statements to congress and the public on who was behind changes to the c.i.a. talking points that critics say minimized the role of terrorism in the benghazi attack. >> we do need to understand why the talking points did not present the truth of what we knew at the time. >> on thursday, classified session, fox news told clapper was "unequivocal that the changes were made outside the intelligence community and he didn't know who was responsible. late monday night, clapper spokesman said the intelligence community was responsible for the sub stantive changes. senior democrat on the house intelligence committee said after last week's classified hearings that the changes were made for security reasons. >> i think getting in to those specifics of those responsible concern the intelligence community might reveal classified information. >> in a statement today, congressman shift said clapper's timeline backs that up. former member of the bush administration says clapper must now explain the genesis of the administration statement that video for the demonstration halftimeed by terrorist. >> -- halft
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2012 12:00am PST
interview, it was very cautious. she was given talking points by the cia. if anyone understands intelligence briefings, it used to be john mccain until he decided this was going to become a political witch hunt for him. don't get where he's heading except that a republican party wants to go after the president on this front. >> early days of the iraq war, it was mccain who used to complain about intelligence reports saying he would listen to them, but then pick up "the washington post" and see everything they had talked about the day before. he used to complain about this. so he can't have it both ways. >> the irony is also the hypocrisy. you have supporters of condoleezza rice. that campaign of misinformation followed, led us into a war. we can't afford this. these republicans talking about the danger of a light footprint, have no sense of a real security policy that this country needs. >> same playbook, different year is where we're at. thanks so much. katrina vanden heuvel. stay with us. we're right back. >>> democrats in congress are up in arms over florida governor rick scott's plan to
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2012 8:00am PST
questions and now we know that the stories were changing. it was mostly the cia changing the story. >> it's for political reasons. they had to answer it. >> they gave the best information that they had at the time. >> they shouldn't have put her on the talk shows. they could have done it from behind the podium. >> imagine if they hadn't talked at all then the story is they wouldn't answer any questions. >> if she were to reveal something more, tip the hand more, they would label her to be unf unfit. >> incompetent. >> i'm not saying -- she is just an arm of the administration. let's make that clear. now if you want to talk about whether she should be nominated for secretary of state or not, this incident should not be the thing that prevents her nomination. >> right. >> if you have a problem with it, that's fine. but it should not be this. >> we agree on that. >> one thing susan brought up, headline politics. msnbc analyst karen finney wrote a piece for "the hill" talking about the potential nomination and the last part is what caught my eye saying the gop's continued focus on attacking t
CNN
Nov 20, 2012 8:00am PST
of this, cnn contributor, the former cia officer, bob bair. thanks very much for joining us. what do you see iran's role in this current crisis as being? >> well, they've got a hand in all of this. it goes back to 1992. we're talking two decades when an alliance formed between iran and hamas. it happened in lebanon. iran immediately started supplying weapons, training, the knowledge of building bunkers, everything they could. hezbollah as proxies went to hamas with the same sort of training, went into gaza, and they've never stopped supplying hamas with rockets. the intelligence is indisputable. now, i don't think they have political control over hamas, but nonetheless, they are fueling this conflict against israel. >> we know the iranians have, i believe, a much better relationship. hezbollah in lebanon than they do with hamas in gaza. is that your understanding? >> oh, absolutely. hezbollah is their principle proxy in the arab world but also hamas -- they are sunni muslims. it's very important for iran to keep a connection to radicals, to the muslim brotherhood, and the rest of it. the
FOX News
Nov 19, 2012 7:00pm PST
about these talking points. we have some really tantalizing information from the cia that came out in the hearings or the closed testimony, and so this is going to be an actual fact finding investigation, masquerading as coon firmation hearing. >> what a great question. did you talk to the president between september 11th and september 16th before she went on tv. >> one of many great questions. there's a charitable view of why she was put out on september 16th. that rue is it was basically a tryout as secretary of state to see if she could handle it. on that front, she failed. the less charitable view is the one the president articulated is we said somebody out who had nothing to do with benghazi. >> we sent outry bot to deliver the -- out a robot to deliver the message. they're major strikes against her. >> here's how the president saves face. he's now out in the pacific with hillary clinton. they come down the steps of air force one together. he talks her into staying another year like eric holder. >> she's exhausted. >> i didn't say she was exhausted. >> she could stay home for
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